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Residents of the Chicago neighborhood known as North Center may well live passionate lives in those neat single-family homes and three-flats, but the pedestrian-free section of West Berenice Avenue between Lincoln Avenue and the train tracks is not...
Tags: Arts and Culture, North Center, Boy (movie)
Tribune criticChicago will increase its number of dedicated food-truck parking spaces to 30 from the current total of 21, under a proposal to be presented to the City Council by Mayor Rahm Emanuel today. Working in collaboration with the Chicago Department of...
3.5 stars (out of 4) Chance the Rapper opens “Acid Rap,” his second, self-released mix tape, with a boast: “Even better than I was the last time, baby.” It’s hard to argue with him. As a teen MC, Chancellor Bennett turned...
Tags: South Loop, Kobe Bryant, Kendrick Lamar, Chief Keef, Lil Reese
Rich Cotovsky, the veteran artistic director of the Mary-Arrchie Theatre Company on Chicago's North Side, is to receive a special Joseph Jefferson Award at the upcoming award ceremony, the volunteer organization announced Tuesday. Cotovsky, a pharmacist...
Tribune staff reporterA temporary art exhibition will fill 17,000 square-feet on the 3rd floor of Block 37 for a month beginning June 1,according to the Chicago Loop Alliance. The exhibit, "Work at Play," will be hosted by the Chicago Design Museum, a pop-up museum that...
Tags: Artists, Arts and Culture, Arts, Museums
When you're sitting watching a new musical, it's easy to focus on a book or a score and underestimate the perennial dependency of Broadway tuners on lyrics. And if you're ever looking for lyrical excellence, the songs of Lorenz Hart (an early...
Wednesday was a day I will never forget. I stood up with hundreds of Chicago retail and fast-food workers, marching through the Loop and Magnificent Mile, chanting "You can't survive on $8.25." As exciting and empowering as that was, I never imagined...
For Chicagoans craving a Whopper, having it your way will soon mean having it delivered to your door. Burger King said Tuesday it will launch delivery in the Chicago area, aimed more at the "worker-bee-stuck-at-a-desk" crowd and less at the "late-...
After investigating a suspicious package found late this morning in the Loop, Chicago police have cconcluded there was no danger and have re-opened the area, police said. No one was hurt and the area was "cleared" at 1 p.m., said Chicago Police...
email@example.comPeople in Washington County should concern themselves with the following passage from the Chicago Tribune, which appeared two days after Christmas: “In an annual ritual that has become as predictable if not as joyous as a New Year’s Eve...
Before Michael Quattlebaum was going glamazon in the pages of Vogue, being christened the most exciting thing in the downtown party scene by The New York Times, before he was boasting about being Jay-Z's natural-born legatee in song — which is to...
To keep pace in a changing world, Chicago's graduate business schools are beefing up their MBA course offerings with more technology, student participation and global exposure. Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management has opened the door...
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